Sydney, Feb 11 : Pop singer Lily Allen's first attempt as a chat show host failed, after the studio audience walked out of the show branding it "horrible" and "limp".
While the singer's late-night chat show 'Lily Allen and Friends' was being recorded, more than a third of the studio audience walked out, saying they were bored.
"Everyone really, really wanted it to work for Lily. She is such a lovely person but all the jokes fell flat and she seemed very nervous. It just did not work," News.com.au quoted a fan, as saying.
"I do think she's got a nice voice but she didn't sing at all. I think everyone was expecting she would," the fan added.
The 22-year-old singer struggled with the technical faults and seemed to have forgotten the questions.
"She was halfway through her interview with David Mitchell when she seemed to forget the questions and launched into an attack on all the horrible things people had written about her on online chat forums," said a guest.
"It was terrible. Even David Mitchell had to remind her not to criticise the very people who would be watching the show," the guest added.